Services

Fencing

Whether the job is res­i­den­tial or com­mer­cial, around the cor­ner or across the coun­try. The team at Com­plete Fenc­ing can sup­ply and install your desired fenc­ing solu­tion. Not all fenc­ing solu­tions were cre­at­ed equal, trust our team to give you expert advice to allow you to make an informed choice on the best fenc­ing and gate sys­tems for you. 

Our in-house fab­ri­ca­tion team will mea­sure and fab­ri­cate attrac­tive and tough pan­el, slat, tim­ber, sheet and glass fenc­ing and can pro­vide the widest range colour options in the region. 

Pan­el fencing

Cre­ate a sig­na­ture pan­el fence for added secu­ri­ty with style. Choose your indi­vid­ual style and colour and our fenc­ing team can take care of the fab­ri­ca­tion and installation.

Pool fenc­ing

Across Aus­tralia, it is reg­u­la­tion to have your pool fenced up to your state’s safe­ty stan­dard. Pool fenc­ing is a valu­able invest­ment and so impor­tant when it comes to keep­ing your fam­i­ly safe. It doesn’t have to be an eye­sore in the mid­dle of your back­yard though, we can install fences that blend in with the sur­rounds, or glass screens that you can bare­ly even see.

With our choice of styl­ish glass or Tubu­lar Pool Fenc­ing in a range of colours you will be able to keep the kids safe with­out com­pro­mis­ing your style.

Sheet fenc­ing

Sheet fenc­ing is the most pop­u­lar pri­va­cy fenc­ing on the mar­ket. We rec­om­mend COL­OR­BOND sheets which make it easy to get the look you want.

With COL­OR­BOND, you are able to choose from their range of 14 colours, all designed to suit the nat­ur­al palette of the Aus­tralian land­scape. Blend your land­scap­ing in with your fenc­ing, get the look you want for your back­yard with­out hav­ing your fence stick out like a sore thumb.

COL­OR­BOND fenc­ing is a long-last­ing option, it won’t rot, the ter­mites can’t get it and nei­ther can fire!

Slat fenc­ing

A mod­ern styl­ish look with some privacy

Slat fenc­ing gives you the pri­va­cy of a fence while let­ting the breeze flow through and cre­at­ing a great back­drop for your back­yard. A great option when you still want to be able to see a lit­tle bit of what’s going on in the out­side world.

Chain­mesh

Chain­mesh and chain­wire fenc­ing is one of the old­est forms of wire-based fencing.

It can be used for a vari­ety of domes­tic, com­mer­cial or indus­tri­al pur­pos­es includ­ing ten­nis court fenc­ing, factory/​building enclo­sures, crick­et prac­tice nets, sport­ing enclo­sures, tem­po­rary fenc­ing and wildlife high­way fencing.

This is one of the most cost-effec­tive ways to fence a perime­ter and is quick and easy to install, mak­ing it one of the most pop­u­lar options for remote locations.

Temp Fenc­ing and Crowd con­trol barrier

Tem­po­rary fenc­ing is some­thing that is called for on all kinds of occa­sions. Whether it’s for crowd con­trol at a fes­ti­val or con­cert, around a con­struc­tion site, pri­va­cy at an event, we can get you sort­ed quick­ly, at a com­pet­i­tive price.

Bol­lards

Bol­lards are a sub­tle way to con­trol traf­fic, block off an area with these even­ly spaced posts to stop vehi­cles enter­ing while allow­ing pedes­tri­ans to still walk through. A great way to cre­ate a secure space from cars with­out com­plete­ly block­ing it off with a full fence.


Fenc­ing FAQ

1. Who pays for Neigh­bour­ing / Bound­ary Fencing? 
If you are a prop­er­ty own­er, the Fences Act 1972 con­tains the rules about who pays for a divid­ing fence. This and oth­er fenc­ing require­ments can be accessed through the Depart­ment Infra­struc­ture, Plan­ning and Logistics. 
You will need to noti­fy your neigh­bours of the fence replace­ment or repair of your fence.
Our rec­om­men­da­tion is to be proac­tive and speak with your neighbour(s) where applic­a­ble first to ascer­tain what type of fence you want and or if they are in agree­ment regard­ing the fence being replaced.
2. What is a Notice to Fence/​Contribute for fenc­ing work?
You may be required to issue your neigh­bour with a Notice to Fence/​Contribute for fenc­ing work. You can find forms online, make sure you go to your state/​territory for the cor­rect one. In the North­ern Ter­ri­to­ry, con­tact the Depart­ment of Infra­struc­ture, Plan­ning and Logis­tics for advice. 
3. What styles of fence can I choose from? 
We cus­tom design and man­u­fac­ture our fenc­ing so the choic­es are end­less. If you have a par­tic­u­lar fence design in mind or a pho­to of some­thing you would like, then please let us know. The stan­dard styles of fenc­ing include Tubu­lar, slat, sheet and glass fencing.
4. What colours are available?
We pro­vide the full range of pow­der coat colours. The avail­able range of colours can be viewed in the Dulux Pow­der coat Colour Chart Brochure.
5. Do you pro­vide​“Sup­ply Only” for fencing?
Yes, we can pro­vide fenc­ing you can install your­self. How­ev­er, it only comes with lim­it­ed guarantee. 
6. Choos­ing a contractor:
Choos­ing your fenc­ing con­trac­tor is impor­tant, some peo­ple go to the bot­tom line of their quote, and sad­ly they get what they pay for. We have spent many years in the fenc­ing indus­try col­lec­tive­ly and have seen the results of poor choic­es, unfor­tu­nate­ly when quizzed more often than not it was about the price.

Import­ed pan­els can often seem the cheap­er option at first, but too often we need to replace them with­in a few years. when the weld doesn’t’ hold up or the colour fades. Our Fab­ri­ca­tion team deliv­ers strong pan­el and tubu­lar fenc­ing that lasts the distance. 
7. What to look for/​ask in a fenc­ing contractor?
• Did your quote come from the actu­al builder of the fence?
• Is your fence builder police checked?
• Does your fence builder hold the cor­rect insurances/​public liability?
• Are they WHS Accredited?
• Do they offer a guar­an­tee that you are con­fi­dent of?
• Is their quo­ta­tion clear and con­cise so as to leave you in no doubt what you will be getting?
8. Do I need to clear my fence line?
You will need to clear your fence line pri­or works pro­ceed­ing (unless you have request­ed your Fence Installer per­form the task), the garden/​clearance needs to be min 600mm both sides of the fence.
9. Will you pro­vide tem­po­rary fenc­ing dur­ing the con­struc­tion phase? 
Yes. To pro­vide you secu­ri­ty and peace of mind our team can install tem­po­rary fenc­ing overnight while works take place. 

If the work is tak­ing place due to sig­nif­i­cant dam­age to an exist­ing fence, ask our team about install a tem­po­rary fenc­ing while you are wait­ing for the repair works to commence. 
10. Care and Warranties:
Depen­dent on the type/​style of fence and fenc­ing mate­ri­als. Ensure that you gath­er your infor­ma­tion on how to care for your fence and save your fenc­ing mate­r­i­al (where applic­a­ble) war­ranties, some are trans­fer­able so well worth­while hang­ing onto.

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